JAY-Z may be celebrating his 50th birthday today (December 4), but it looks like he’s the one handing out the gifts.
To accompany celebration of his milestone birthday, JAY – in a surprising move – restored his entire discography to Spotify. Fans may remember the rapper, producer, and record executive – who is part-owner of the platform’s rival, TIDAL – removed the majority of his studio efforts from Spotify in 2017. Leaving only ‘Reasonable Doubt,’ ‘In My Lifetime,’ ‘Vol 1 & 2…Hard Knock Life,’ behind of his solo discography, listeners were also able to enjoy ‘Collision Course’ – his 2004 joint album with rockers Linkin Park.
Now, after years of being exclusive listing on TIDAL, his full catalog (including the Kanye West collaboration ‘Watch the Throne,’ ‘The Black Album,’ and ‘American Gangster‘) are available to Spotify users.